Donald Scores a Gold Star

The real cognitive Test Trump took during his health exam. Donald gets a gold star when it comes to his cognitive ability and I have the proof.

“Nobody gets more gold stars than I do, believe me,” Donald Trump boasted after scoring high on his mental acuity test.

A huge sigh of relief could be heard from coast to coast  after Trump easily aced his cognitive assessment test with perfect scores. Finally Americans can stop worrying that our president is unfit to be anywhere near the nuclear codes.

Vintage schoolbook workbook 1950s

Vintage School Workbook, “We Read More Pictures- The New Basic Reader” illustrated by Corinne Dillon 1951

Dr Ronny Jackson, little Donnie’s pediatrician, er…physician assured the concerned public that the Presidents “has absolutely no cognitive or mental issues whatsoever.”

In fact the doubting doctor didn’t even think the tests were necessary in the first place, but a determined Donald insisted and specifically asked for a cognitive ability exam.

But forget the Montreal Cognitive Assessment test they want you to believe he took. The real test he took looks suspiciously familiar.

vintage schoolbook workbook illustration 1950s

Forget the Montreal Cognitive Assessment test they want you to believe Trump took. The real test he took looks suspiciously familiar.

The strenuous and challenging battery of tests divided into executive functions, memory,  language, attention and concentration,  stresses language development , emphasizing visual discrimination, eye and hand coordination, and thinking skills.

With crayon and pencil in hand a confident Donnie was able to complete the test in record-breaking time.

Here’s the proof:

Executive Functions

Vintage schoolbook workbook 1950s

Vintage School Workbook, “We Read More- Pictures The New Basic Reader” illustrated by Corinne Dillon 1951

Donald showed excellent skills when it came to distinguishing differences in color.

 

vintage school workbook illustrations 1950s

Trump’s sharp motor skills and eye hand coordination were extraordinary for a man his age.

Memory and Language

 

vintage school workbook 1950s

Vintage school workbook – “Activity Book For Our Town” 1957

 

vintage school workbook 1950s illustrations

Vintage school workbook “Practice For Looking Ahead” 1957

 

vintage school workbook 1950s

Donald exhibited strong command of language proving what Trump has long pointed out, he has the best words.  Now we can see for ourselves.

Attention and Concentration

Vintage School Workbook, We Read More Pictures The New Basic Reader illustrated by Corinne Dillon 1951

Trumps ability to concentrate and comprehend logic and consequences should help relieve Americans who fret our President is unfit to be anywhere near the nuclear codes.

His skills at seeing differences is unparalleled.

No Gold Stars

The one test Donnie was unable to complete  due to the apparent complex nature of the problem was not revealed to the public until now.

 

Vintage School Workbook- “Using Words With Judgement” 1950

It must be noted  that when it comes to reading and comprehension, Donald did not score well at all and completely glossed over this exercise.

It was as if he did not care or was unable to grasp the facts.

#Sad

 

Copyright (©) 2018 Sally Edelstein

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8 comments

  1. Since the 1700’s there are many, many recorded farses of manufactured ignorance or in this case, DEPENDENT or PARTIAL biased studies. Here are just a few:

    Tobacco, Tobacco Diseases, and Doubt — from 1950’s thru 1990’s the tobacoo industry launched major highly-funded “Doubt Campaigns” on scientific-medical group studies urging non-smoking.

    VIOXX and Merck — health professionals were finding fatal risks of heart diseases with Merck’s new blockbuster drug rofecoxib! Four years later after the pain-relief drug was introduced to consumers, due to Merck’s HEAVY funded campaign of “uncertainty,” it was removed from store shelves, BUT worse Merck knew about these fatalities caused by their drug.

    Beryllium — OSHA and the DOEnergy were constantly misinformed by the Defense Department and funding-PR work by Brush-Wellman (now Materion Corp) the leading U.S. producer of beryllium products, that CBD-exposure was below hazard-standards and sporadic. U.S. weapons manufacturers today dominate the beryllium market at more than 87% share of the world output.

    And most importantly and relative here…

    Heavy Funding Effects and BPA — When there is a close correlation between the desired results of a study by a study’s funders and the reported results of that study, it is called the funding effect. Bisphenol A, an environmental estrogen used in polycarbonate plastic found in canned foods and dental sealants, exposure to low doses of the poly-plastic was found to alter human endocrine functions. The American Plastics Council (member corporations heavily vested in manufacturing plastics) employed the services of the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis to dispute the reports and found that the effects of BPA exposure were inconclusive. It was later found that the Harvard Risk Analysis study was extremely biased in their methods due to the APC funding.

    Question for Mr. tRump: Will you have a panel of INDEPENDENT doctors of psychiatry and psychology perform these “cognitive tests” on you? Not the ones under your direct authority to fire!? Hahahahahaha!!! 🤣

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  2. Emma

    I’m betting your test is quite a bit more difficult that the one they give around here. If you can draw a clock face and put the hands on the correct numbers and remember the names of three items, you pass this one. The “doctor” wants to be sure he gets to collect his navy retirement pay when this assignment is over. Who else but the sitting president/Commander in Chief can chose his own doctor and give him orders (which must be obeyed) to reassure the public?

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  3. Oh! I remember doing all of these in the 1960-s and 1970s. Thanks for the reminder–and I can’t comment on his sanity or decency, except what one can read in my unspoken comments on them!

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  4. Susan G

    Thanks for a much needed laugh. I notice little Donnie did not do so well on following instructions (underline, make an X) when it came to “choosing the right words.” Not surprising, really.

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  5. Thanks–this made me laugh. Also took me back to 1st grade. Fun 🙂

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